Burger Avenue lands at De La Salle University

It was only a decade ago when I was studying at La Salle so I got ecstatic when I heard of Burger Avenue's new branch there. After tasting their food, I knew the La Salle students are in for a treat when classes start on August 24 since this branch just opened last week.





I even saw an old classmate and old professor when I went out for a bathroom break. Wow, this place is full of cool memories and I got to thank Burger Avenue for helping me relive those times. I was actually asked by both my former professor and former classmate if I'm already married to which I replied "Hindi pa, pero malamang mauunahan kita".


Vanilla Milkshake (P138)

Burgers and shakes go well with each other which is why I could not help but order their Vanilla Milkshake. It presented Vanilla, my favorite ice cream flavor just the way I like it and I can't wait to try their other ice cream flavors.


Crispy Bacon Melt (1/4 lb P215)

I really enjoyed their burgers. Co-owner Martin Silverio also told me a story of how there was a time when they were the only ones open at their 7 year old Fort Strip branch before because clubs nearby closed down. I was not surprised they were able to survive that time when I was able to try their burgers because it was so good.


Onion Rings (P60)

Burgers are better eaten when with fries or onion rings. I got onion rings this time and theirs was crunchy and tasty. I could not ask for anything more while I was eating their onion rings.


Chodobo (P175)


Have you ever heard of the Chodobo? Me either as co-owner Kim Pelayo told me it is a combination of chorizo and adobo with sunny side up egg on top. I admire their creativity in coming up with the name. It is also one of their best sellers and I was not surprised one bit as the meat is tender and the rice is addicting as well.

Burger Avenue is one street I would not mind getting lost in.


Burger Avenue
Agno, DLSU-Taft



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